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20 Feb 14
Paneer Kheer ( Faraal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
A wholesome kheer recipe, elegantly laced with the sweet flavour of cardamoms and topped with mixed nuts.
27 Oct 15
Paneer Khurchan by Tarla Dalal
The Paneer Khurchan is as simple as preparing an everyday subzi but has an exclusive flavour and texture, perhaps due to the apt combination of veggies and spices with succulent paneer.
Make sure you use really fresh and soft paneer for this dish, because it forms the bulk of the subzi and is ....
23 Dec 13
Paneer Khurchan Roll ( Wraps and Rolls) by Tarla Dalal
Behold this yummy variation of egg bhurji! i’ve replaced egg with low-fat paneer and cooked it with assorted spices and veggies like tomatoes, spring onions and capsicum. The filling is therefore a powerhouse of vitamin c! wrapping it with soya rotis makes it rich in folic acid and iron too.
01 Jan 1900
23 Sep 13
Paneer Koftas in Spinach Sauce ( Desi Khana) by Tarla Dalal
The spinach sauce used in this recipe is an elaborate one, of spinach purée plumped up with rich ingredients like coconut, cashewnuts, poppy seeds and spices. It happens to be the perfect base for delicate paneer koftas that melt in your mouth.
23 Sep 13
Paneer Kulcha ( Rotis and Subzis) by Tarla Dalal
Kulcha is a traditional preparation made with plain flour and curds. The curds add a yummy tanginess to the kulcha. Here the kulcha has been stuffed with a rich and spicy paneer filling. It is advisable to keep the dough aside covered with a wet muslin cloth for at least 2 hours to allow it to rise. ....
14 Feb 16
Paneer Kulchas, Paneer Kulcha Made with Yeast by Tarla Dalal
Kulchas might taste heavenly and feel exotic, but the fact is that they are not difficult to make, if only you know the right method. Here is an easy-to-follow recipe to make perfectly-textured kulchas.
The secret lies in handling the yeast properly. Make sure the water is warm, and not too ho ....
05 Jun 13
Paneer Makai by Tarla Dalal
Paneer and sweet corn are an evergreen favourite, whether the duo goes into a pizza, pasta, pulao or in this case a subzi. This dish is surprisingly very easy to prepare, when you compare it with the exhilarating flavour it gives! The Paneer Makai is made of everyday ingredients, and also pools in c ....
24 May 16
Paneer Makhani by Tarla Dalal
A favourite with most people while eating out at any Punjabi restaurant! paneer makhani as the name suggests is a very rich subzi from the lap of Punjab.
It uses one of Punjabi cuisines most loved ingredients butter. In traditional Punjabi houses, the women folk make pure white butter from thi ....
22 Feb 13
Paneer Makhani ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Here is something to cook on days when you feel indulgent! paneer dipped in a spicy, onion-tomato gravy with butter and milk… this is a typically north indian route to culinary heaven.
16 May 11
23 Nov 15
Paneer Methi Roti by Tarla Dalal
Paneer Methi Roti is an interesting variation of the common paneer parathas, this one is sure to win over several hearts with its mild flavour. The addition of methi increases the iron content and vitamin A value substantially. Serve it with a bowl of low-fat curds, to make a complete meal. I’ve use ....
23 Mar 13
Paneer Mutter Biryani by Tarla Dalal
Paneer is a show-stealer! Undoubtedly one of my favorites. Layers of rice and spicy paneer mutter make this Biryani a real delicacy. And roasted onions add a yummy touch to the brown rice. I have used low-fat milk to enhance its calcium and protein content, even while curbing the calories. To keep t ....
13 Jan 16
Paneer Pakoda, Punjabi Paneer Pakora Recipe by Tarla Dalal
While traveling across the Punjab one comes across the one of the most delicious yet simple snack. . . The pakoda. Pakodas can be made from nearly any vegetable be it spinach, onions, cauliflower, potatoes and even chilies by dipping them in a seasoned batter of besan and then deep-frying.
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